This annual plant is very easy to grow and provides a tall and private corner in your yard. It is a friend to bees, butterflies, and birds that love its seeds.
In early spring, sow the seeds on the soil surface, keeping it slightly moist. Germination should occur within 10 to 20 days. You can transplant any overcrowded seedlings if necessary. Water them regularly until they begin to bloom. After flowering, they become drought-tolerant and should only be watered if drought conditions intensify.